If your name is on this list, maybe it’s time to think about eating really healthy and joining a baby registry because.. congratulations! You are more likely than anyone else to become pregnant in 2016:
How do we know this? It’s all about your name and the numbers.
According to this National Report on Vital Statistics, the average age of a U.S. woman giving birth for the first time is 26.
And math says a 26-year-old woman would have been born in 1988 or 1989, right?
(Trust us, it’s right.)
SO, based on the Social Security Administration’s top 20 female names born into the U.S. population those years, we find out who’s most likely to invite us to a baby shower.
Kudos to those named Melissa; you showed up just in time, on the 1989 list.
Yeah, something’s wrong! What about Texas-born mamas? Were there any Lone Star names left off the list of who’s most likely to welcome a child in 2016?
You bet your boots there were — five of them!
Congratulations are also in order for these ladies:
We know what you’re thinking. Who’s going to be a baby daddy in 2016?